Manual for abandoned underground mine inventory and risk assessment

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U.S. Dept. of Transportion, Federal Highway Administration, Office of Infrastructure, Available from the National Technical Information Service , [Washington, D.C.], [Springfield, Va
Roads -- Foundations, Abandoned mines -- Inspection, Reclamation of
Statement[author, L. Rick Ruegsegger]
ContributionsOhio. Dept. of Transportation. Office of Materials Management, United States. Federal Highway Administration. Office of Infrastructure
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v. (various pagings)
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Open LibraryOL13626334M
OCLC/WorldCa43571499

Manual for Abandoned Underground Mine Inventory and Risk Assessment Section 2: Initial Informational Review. GENERAL DISCUSSION: Three forms of information have been identified as sources to be utilized in initially identifying ODOT Abandoned Underground Mine Inventory and Risk Assessment sites.

Manual for Abandoned Underground Mine Inventory and Risk Assessment Section 4: Initial Site Evaluation. GENERAL DISCUSSION. The Initial Site Evaluation process is the first level of risk assessment for the established inventory of sites.

Get this from a library. Manual for abandoned underground mine inventory and risk assessment. [L Rick Ruegsegger; Ohio. Department of Transportation. Office of Materials Management.; United States. Federal Highway Administration.

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Office of Infrastructure.] -- Presents a process to manage roadway sites beneath which abandoned underground mines exist. Underground Mining Risk Assessment Results of the June 13th Workshop.

2 Table of Contents 1. Risk Assessment Project Risk L sd-L C sd-C 55 Mine design Intersection of diamond drill holes, 81 Mine design Lack of Break through warnings. Underground Mining: Risk. Underground Mining: Risk. "Abandoned Mine Lands Preliminary Assessment Handbook" (AML Handbook).

We thank Mr. Nick Zilka and Mr. Dale Avery and other staff of the for- mer U.S. Bureau of Mines who developed the draft "Abandoned Mine Land Inventory and Hazard Evaluation Handbook", but did not have the oppor- tunity to see their effort reach fruition. We also thankFile Size: 1MB.

Risk Assessment of Abandoned Mines in Namibia_Poster. chemical, physical and radioactive hazard of the abandoned mine. The T sumeb (SAIEA) developed a Risk Assessment Manual for shut-down Author: Israel Hasheela. Design Reference Resource Center.

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The Abandoned Mine Site Manual for abandoned underground mine inventory and risk assessment book and Cleanup Handbook (Handbook) is the result of the collective efforts and contributions of a number of individuals. During the earliest days of Handbook development, Mike Bishop of EPA Region 8 lead the effort to develop a Superfund Mine Waste Reference Document for EPA project managers working on mine.

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The risk assessment of a given abandoned mine involves the identification of hazard scenarios and potential receptors, and assessing the likelihood of occurrence and the severity of consequences.

A hazard scenario is a situation that involves a threat to safety, such as an open mine shaft, an open pit, or an unsafe tailings by: 3. The ODOT Abandoned Underground Mine Inventory and Risk Assessment process was conceived as a proactive response to the need to locate and assess the risk of all mapped or otherwise identified roadway sites beneath which abandoned underground mines exist.

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WELCOME TO THE ABANDONED MINE LAND INVENTORY SYSTEM (e-AMLIS) e-AMLIS is not a comprehensive database of all AML features or all AML grant activities. e-AMLIS is a national inventory that provides information about known abandoned mine land (AML) features including polluted waters.

The majority of the data in e-AMLIS provides information about. This book addresses the hazard of gas explosions in sealed underground coal mines, and how the risk of explosion can be assessed, modeled, and mitigated.

With this text, coal mine operators and managers will be able to identify the risks that lead to underground mine gas explosions, and implement practical strategies to optimize mining safety. Unusual places. Abandoned mines.

With over 34 MILLION VIEWS and overSUBSCRIBERS, my channel is the most-viewed and most-subscribed to channel for ex Views: K. Policy Scope and Application This policy applies to: • abandoned mines located on Crown lands and on private lands, and • is limited in scope by the policy statements contained in Section 1.

Definitions Section Abandoned Mine Means an inactive mine site or mineral exploration site where there are noFile Size: KB. Environmental impacts associated with an abandoned mine in the Witbank Coalfield, South Africa. Also shown are areas where underground fires are still burning, the local watershed and the area of acid mine drainage.

Stabilization of the area prior to road construction was necessary due to the high risk of surface subsidence and the Cited by: 2 BLM Abandoned Mine Lands Program Feasibility Study for AML Inventory Validation and Physical Safety Closures The BLM is committed to taking the necessary steps to define the full extent of the problem associated with known abandoned mine hazards.

In response to the. Giant Mine, NWT - The Giant Mine produced gold from to It was placed in receivership in with sometonnes of arsenic mine waste stored underground creating a potential groundwater contamination problem with contingent human health concerns.

Site management and proposed remediation by in-situ freezing could cost $File Size: 1MB. abandoned mine land (AML) site and feature inventory data in the Abandoned Mine Site Cleanup Module (AMSCM) database.

While the number of AML sites recorded in the AMSCM database (the “inventory”) has more than doubled from approximat sites to. Additional Information. Background Information: Access; Obtained Via Cochenour Mine Shaft To The m Surface Workings For This Site.

Annco, Workings Are Obtained Via Cochenour Mine Shaft, The Workings Begin Of The ' Level. This study constructs a hazard map for ground subsidence around abandoned underground coal mines (AUCMs) at Samcheok City in Korea using a probability (frequency ratio) model, a statistical (logistic regression) model, and a Geographic Information System (GIS).

To evaluate the factors related to ground subsidence, an image database was constructed from a topographical map, Cited by: Elements and issues such as driving forces, what is inventoried, inventory forms, samp1ing protocols, data bases, jurisdictional administration, coordination and partnerships, prioritization and ranking standards, cost-benefit considerations, and risk assessments should be included in the process.

INVENTORY OF CLOSED AND ABANDONED MINES Methods for performing the inventory and for risk classification with diverse data availability levels Abstract The traditional mining techniques have not been aware of the importance of the long term effects that the mining activity can cause: the main being represented by Acid Mine Drainage where chemical.

4 Sustainable Managemant of Soil and Groundwater in Urban Areas – Foreword CP () Umweltbundesamt Purpose of the course The key purpose of this course was to provide young scientists and engineers with up-to-date information of current research activities in the File Size: 2MB.

The Abandoned Mine Land Inventory System is a computer system used to store, manage, and report on the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement's Inventory of Abandoned Mine Land Problems.

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This includes both problems in need of reclamation and those that have been reclaimed. Questions regarding e-AMLIS should be sent to the e-AMLIS. Managing Impacts to Roadways from Abandoned Underground Mines Working Session Interstate Technical Group on Abandoned Underground Mines on manual developments.

Evaluating Mine Stability and Subsidence Risk • Mine Stability Assessment. Having completed an environmental assessment of closed and abandoned mine sites the HMS project conducted a safety audit of mining sites.

This work has identified those sites with mine related features which cause or may cause a safety hazard to the public. This joint project created an inventory of Irelands Historic Mine Sites. Abandoned mine lands include areas where mining or processing activity is temporarily inactive." EPA's AML Program identifies ways to protect human health and the environment by using all of the non-regulatory and regulatory approaches available to the Agency.3 Definitions The following definitions apply to this policy.

“Abandoned mine sites”, for the purpose of this policy, are areas of land impacted by former mining activities for which no individual, company or organisation can be held responsible for rehabilitation.

An abandoned mine site may comprise of multiple areas of land or site features (eg. mine shafts, waste dumps, abandoned File Size: KB.C–6 Mining for the Future concerned.

This Abandoned Mine Sites programme commenced in Julywith the objectives of accurately locating and describing abandoned mine sites in WA.5 Priority in the inventory compilation is being given to high-risk sites, such as those close to populationFile Size: KB.